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Nov 19, 2009 12:00pm EST
, breakfast with katie o'malley. she served students to celebrate maryland's hunger awareness week and share the importance of a well-balanced meal. she said the state is committed to make sure no child goes without the basic nourishment they need. senate democrats say it is the last light on the journey to health care reform. they have unveiled their plan, the cbo has reviewed it, and the first vote could come this weekend. >> the senate's top democrats sounded confident reform is close. hopes raised in part by numbers. then measure extends coverage to 96% of americans and costs $848 billion, according to non- partisan estimates. it promises to reduce the deficit by $130 billion over 10 years. but republicans say do not believe it. >> long-term liabilities are enormous. >> hot-button issues are already generating heat. it would enact a medicare tax on americans earning more than a quarter million dollars or more, as well as include a public option. >> this will be socialized medicine if we do not stop here. >> democrats ask, what is not to like? >> we cover more people, make coverage more a
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